Delete a table from a Google BigQuery connection

When you attempt to remove a table from a connection, ThoughtSpot checks for dependencies and shows the list of dependent objects. You have two options:

  • Delete the listed dependent objects

  • Remove the dependency

After you resolve the dependencies, you can delete the table.

Follow these steps to delete an existing table from a BigQuery connection:

  1. Click Data in the top navigation bar.

  2. Click the Connections tab in the left navigation bar.

  3. Find the name of the connection.

    • Sort each column: Connection name, Connection type, _Modified (date), or Author.

    • Search on these categories.

  4. Click the name of the connection.

  5. Find the table you plan to delete, and check the selection box next to its name.

  6. Click Delete.

  7. In the confirmation window, click Delete again to confirm.

    If you attempt to delete a table with dependent objects, ThoughtSpot blocks the operation. A Cannot delete window appears, with a list of links to dependent objects.

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